Grateful Dead Live at Sam Boyd Silver Bowl on 1992-05-31
Help On The Way ->
New Minglewood Blues
It Must Have Been The Roses
Queen Jane Approximately
Scarlet Begonias ->
Fire On The Mountain
Man Smart (Woman Smarter)
So Many Roads ->
Saint Of Circumstance ->
He's Gone ->
Attics Of My Life ->
The Other One ->
Baba O'Riley ->
Tomorrow Never Knows
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Sam Boyd Silver BowlLocation Las Vegas, NVSource SBD -> Dat -> Cassette Master (TDK SA-X100)Lineage Cassette Master (Nakamichi DR-1) -> Sound Devices 744T (24bit/88.2k) -> Samplitude Professional v10.02 -> FLAC/16Taped by UnknownTransferred by Charlie Miller
-- Set 2 is seamless
-- No patch needed due to overlap on tape flip
-- Steve Miller on guitar (Spoonful through Morning Dew)
December 7, 2014
Nothing Grateful About Your Sound Quality Complaints
First of all, I don't want to hear anyone ever complaining about the sound quality of these beautiful remastered recordings when Mr. Charlie is at the helm. You know the hundreds of dollars that you save each year on Dick's, Dave's Road Trips releases? Well we owe that all to Charlie Miller. He is the reason why such amazingly mastered recordings are available to us by streaming and/or downloading. As Heads, we owe just as much to him as Healy or Bear. Secondly, Jerry isn't taking any breathers here - he's deferring to Bobby to take the lead on Bobby's songs. Watch the video on YouTube. Lastly, this is a great show. Great energy. Easily in the Top 10 of the post-Bruce era. Cut the boys some slack. They brought it on this night.
January 17, 2014
Good Quality Recording, Meh Show
Not sure I agree with the issues on the sound system on this. Jerry was back on the horse and forgetting lyrics. It was worse by the time they got to Chicago. Like the set list, but Jerry's lilting voice is a sign of the things that were to come and a result of his demons.
May 31, 2010
Problems and resignation -
Honestly. This show is riddled consistently with sound issues (new in-ear system etc...) and leads to lots of sedated passages - like sailing on a day with no wind. Garcia's guitar is hardly heard more than half the time. No, he doesn't nod off, but at times just sort of checks out (and many times stops playing altogether as he's talking to the techs into the in-ear system or waiting for the corrections to be made). At others, he's ripping but can't be heard. Certainly this show has great moments, but deserves an honest overall assessment.
(reviewing after watching the Lazy Cow video of this show)
September 30, 2009
Sweet show and wonderful C Miller sound. Those closed minded people who say they didn't play a good show after 1974 77 90 etc should listen to this. I respect those peoples right to thier opinion but I'll never understand them.
November 11, 2008
It's hard not to like this one ...!
It's not the greatest Las Vegas show ever but, one of the better ones! I'm still kind of partial to the very first time they ever played in Las Vegas, at least, in the medium to late eras, at the Aladdin Theatre!
It's hard not to like this one, with a song list like this with "Help On The Way"->"Slipknot!"->"Franklin's Tower", "It Must Have Been The Roses", "Queen Jane Approximately", "Picasso Moon" "So Many Roads", and of course my first of only two "Attics Of My Life", not to mention "Spoonful"->"The Other One"->"Morning Dew" & "Baba O'Riley"->"Tomorrow Never Knows" with Steve Miller, Wowie Zowie!